T. E. Martin

T. E. Martin was pastor of First Church of the Nazarene in Nashville, Tennessee, in the 1960s.

 

From Herald of Holiness - August 25, 1965.

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Language: English

Herald of Holiness - August 25, 1965

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
Hugh C. Benner
E. E. Wordsworth
Viola E. Hodge
Ted Martin
T. E. Martin
Jacqueline Ahlstrand
J. J. Steele
Gordon D. Hall
Dallas D. Mucci
Don A. Hecox
Sheet music of the Hymn "Jesus Calls Us"; Inset: a woman looking off to the side.
Hymn of the Month, September 1965, Jesus Calls Us; "Let Not Man Put Asunder" See Page 6.

02 Sinai and Sion by General Superintendent Benner
03 “I’m Determined to Be a Soul Winner!” by E. E. Wordsworth
03 God’s Love by Viola E. Hodge
04 The Sob Sisters by T. E. Martin
05 “Be Still, and Know” by Jacqueline Ahlstrand
06 “Let Not Man Put Asunder” by J. J. Steele
07 Spiritual Neutrality by Gordon D. Hall
08 Ponca City…Blues by Dallas D. Mucci
09 The Harbor Pilot by Don A. Hecox
10 Editorials by W. T. Purkiser
11 The Church at Work
14 Evangelists’ Slates
18 Late News

English
Type: 
Complete magazine

Herald of Holiness - December 15, 1965

Westlake Taylor Purkiser
V. H. Lewis
Kenneth L. Dodge
T. E. Martin
David E. Figg
Virginia Shepard
Morris Chalfant
Jean Foss
Ross Hayslip
Leslie Parrott
A tall intricately carved monument decorated for Christmas in downtown Indianapolis.
Photo ID: Monument Circle Indianapolis, Indiana. The Holiness Churches and Ecumenism (See page 4.) The Big Picture (See page 9.)

02 Sentimental or Earnest Hearers by General Superintendent Lewis

03 The Person and Prevention by Kenneth L. Dodge

English
Type: 
Complete magazine